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CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 7:30pm EDT
address the anatomy of a counterrevolution. >> but in pennsylvania there was no divide between a wage mandatory -- the whig it was expressedkf through paint in those constitutionalist that had pre-revolutionary power so in pennsylvania after the revolution just like every a another colony has not been in power before. because does you point out with the slave holding class that the beginning of the revolution african-american soldiers and tell george washington a slaveholder began the construction of blacks into the continental army the only reason the southern slave holding class they had the bacon rebellion the only reason they supported it was the laboring class who was black and enslaved was pushed out of this system with a false language while ignoring huge percentages ones that revolution is over or even before that abolitionist egalitarian movement even at the time of the revolution was the alliance of convenience that made them uncomfortable. and i would just say that thomas paid conception of laissez-faire capitalism came from adam smith. he had a very benign view and now i w
CBS
Jul 13, 2014 7:00pm EDT
pennsylvania billions. corbett's mismanagement has caused a huge budget deficit. and his painful education cuts are forcing teacher layoffs and increasing class sizes. now corbett wants to give the oil and gas industry even more handouts. and what's he getting from them? corbett's keeping that secret. so pennsylvanians are challenging tom corbett to come clean. release the records of your meetings with donors... that you've been hiding. disclose all the contributions, letters and emails from oil and gas lobbyists who influence you. we've got a right to know who tom corbett's listening to. because it sure isn't us. >> safer: two years ago, german authorities conducting a routine tax investigation stumbled on the largest trove of missing art since the end of world war ii. the massive collection-- barely a fraction of the hundreds of thousands of artworks still missing-- was discovered in a munich apartment owned by cornelius gurlitt, the reclusive 81-year-old son of one of hitler's favorite art dealers. most of it was art plundered from museums and from jewish collections. for germans, it wa
ABC
Jul 13, 2014 6:30pm EDT
from pennsylvania state and the portions of the ohio valley. this will work east ward through the rest of the night. there's slight risk of finding severe weather not for our region, but binghamton and pittsburgh and charleston, west virginia. we'll track the broken line as it works to the south and east. there's a severe thunderstorm watch that has been posted for lancaster county only. the biggest threat is damaging winds and hail and drenching downpours. an isolated thunderstorm is likely later on tonight. this will set us up for a stormy pattern back to work monday do tuesday, we'll talk about the details with the full anticipate exclusive accuweather forecast. >> you can keep track with the approaching storms with our storm tracker 6 live app. it gives you live access to watches and warnings posted for your area. download tonight for your smart phone. >>> all the world was watching as germany and argentina failed off in for the world cup in bra. fans gathered in homes and public's with germany defeating argentina 1-0. "action news" reporter, kenneth moten joins us live from south
ABC
Jul 13, 2014 6:30pm EDT
the stormscan and show you a large a few of the line of storms rolling through pennsylvania, leicester maryland, and back to west virginia. a lot of lightning associated , and none oforms any have reduced thunderstorm warnings. i did get a report from the national weather service over rocking him county actually produced some penny sized hail. associatedrong winds through popping up, but none of them to severe as of yet. that includes spots like washington, frederick county and maryland. we could see some strong thunderstorms come after 8:00 or 9:00, but i think we will see the intensity died down. 90 degrees in frederick. very muggy and i'm sure you feel itp inc. outside the dewpoint temperatures. a lot of heat and humidity for these storms to work with. nighttime hours beginning to diminish but strong and severe drier before cooler and air moves and on wednesday. of people talking about the strong storms for tomorrow and tuesday. matches, germany and argentina were the two teams left standing. was declaredteam champion. one to eat argentina nothing. richard reid made the r
CBS
Jul 13, 2014 6:30pm EDT
central pennsylvania where a severe thunderstorm watch is under way, the watch does continue to move toward the western part of the keystone state and you can see the area it covers, it goes as far east right here as lancaster county but we do expect this to push eastward tonight or tomorrow morning and include the philadelphia area, the delaware valley, south jersey and of course even delaware. here's a look at our future weather. tonight we're looking at the clouds increase. by 9 o'clock a line of showers and some thunderstorms, not expected to be severe tonight but moving right across its region from the suburbs, in philadelphia at 10:00 11 o'clock right through the i-95 corridor and then they sweep out. monday morning will be dry. here is the threat. a slight threat of severe weather across the region. this is why we think that watch will be issued for the philadelphia area for tomorrow afternoon's storms. coming up we'll be typing the storms and talk about a refreshing change in that seven-day forecast. we want to make sure that you know that you can have your weather on the go
FOX
Jul 13, 2014 6:00pm EDT
western, pennsylvania, really central pennsylvania right now, all the way up threw up state new york. the leading edge of this is pushing past williamsport. we have a severe thunderstorm warning for western pennsylvania, and that does include lancaster county. now that is the only county in the viewing area in that warning and that will go until 11:00 o'clock tonight. you can see yellow boxes. those are thunderstorm warnings we are seeing through central pennsylvania and where the red boxes are, they are tornado warnings. so yes, this is a line of severe storms. latest tornado warning we have is in sullivan county in new york. now as this line advances further east it will weaken. so i'm not looking for any severe storms tonight in our area, but, we will certainly see some heavy downpours and hear some thunder as we head through the evening. so by 8:00 o'clock those thunderstorms start to well in here and we will be looking at the scattered storms throughout the evening, and much more of the same, through monday and tuesday. back to you guys. >> all right, thanks dominica. you can ge
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 4:30pm EDT
of pennsylvania. his parents were immigrants to this country. he didn't have a lot of money. his dad was a janitor. but he went to college, studied engineering and got a job working for rca. while he was an engineer there, he actually discover the type knowledge sheet that would allow liquid crystal displays, something we use today. the problem however is george discovered this in 1964 and the leadership that ours ea wasn't convinced it was all that interest me. and so while he tried to persuade his colleagues, in the end he wasn't accessible. the u.s. lost its competitive advantage. it was the japanese super hot liquid crystal displays to the marketplace in the 1970s and 80s. you see, george is an extraordinary individual. but without his additional backing, he wasn't able to make a long-term difference i changed human history. he's focused the credit for coming up with the invention, that most people don't even know his name. institutions matter far more than i expect in starting the study. i thought interviewing ipod or 50 people i'd be studying extraordinary personalities, people
Al Jazeera America
Jul 13, 2014 3:30pm EDT
. they had not really done anything major. pennsylvania has, new hampshire, wyoming, we're talking red states and blue states that are doing this. but the situation with the highway trust fund as your set up piece showed nicely, it's lost purchasing power, and we've reached kind of a political vortex here where it seems difficult to even have kind of calm adult conversation about restoring the highway trust fund. >> ray: luckily we can have the calm, adult conversation here, and john robert smith , how come governors aren't willing to say to people, sit down, campfire style, look, everyone wants and needs roads. our railways are falling to pieces. the intermodal areas that are covered by this where people switch from rail to car, car to rail, it's all kind of a mess. we really need to do this. aren't they afraid they'll be punished if they do this? >> well, first of all, on the same passenger rail is not even included, and i think that's a mistake. that's a conversation that the country needs to make, to have an inter connected system, choices for our system. that's what the 21st centu
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 3:00pm EDT
more in keeping with their past experiences, especially westerners from pennsylvania and maryland who are veterans of indian warfare. all in all, the tactical plan that washington utilized was nothing short of brilliant and saved the revolution and reversed the tide. he was able to develop this plan in part because of the lessons warfare.lar one shining example was the raid on an indian encampment north of today's pittsburgh on the allegheny river. this was a brilliant strike in 1756. it bestowed quite a few tactical lessons about the importance of and hitting the opponent when they least expect it, which of course was the exact scenario at trenton. the greatest challenge to do work like this -- again, i was very fortunate to find a very good publisher, and we were able to come out with a very good -- the greatest challenge was how to present one of the most famous episodes in a newan history in perspective. how can we look at it in a new way? everybody knows the traditional story of the battle of trenton and washington's crossing. every school child in america knows it. with thel bro
MSNBC
Jul 13, 2014 11:00am PDT
. rick santorum, 2012 republican presidential candidate, former senator from pennsylvania. jennifer granholm, former democratic governor of michigan. kim strassel from "the wall street journal" and for the first time on the program we'd like to welcome stephen henderson editor of the detroit free press, winner of the pulitzer prize this year. rick santorum, if you're a candidate in 2016 and you go to the convention in cleveland, do you praise lebron for making a good political move here? >> look, i'm a pittsburgher. cleveland and pittsburgh, very tough rivalry, like sibling rivalries but when you're brother does well, you really are excited, and i'm so excited for cleveland. it's a great blue collar town. good move for him. >> good legacy move or does he look bad? >> i think the fact he said i'm going to go back there and talk about hard work and contribute to my community, those are all very positive things. a lot of good mojo going for cleveland. >> stephen -- >> going home. that's something i did. i worked in washington for five years and went home to detroit where my work could
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 1:30pm EDT
pennsylvania. the veteran was told that he would be unable to get an appointment for six months. when that employee left them, another v.a. employee leaned in to tell this veteran that if he just told her he was thinking of killing himself, she would be able to get him an appointment much sooner, in just three months instead of six. that veteran was not considering suicide. but what about those veterans who are? how many of the tens of thousands of veterans that v.a. has now admitted have been left on waiting lists for weeks, months, and even years for care were seeking mental health care appointments? how many are suicidal or edging toward suicide as a result of the inability to get the care that they earned? despite significant increases in v.a.'s budget and staff in recent years, the suicide rate among veteran patients has remained more or less stable since 1999, with approximately 22 veterans committing suicide every day. most recent v.a. data has shown over the last three years rates of suicide have increased by nearly 40% among male veterans under 30 who use ca health care
Al Jazeera America
Jul 13, 2014 1:00pm EDT
of pennsylvania closely because now, we have a severe thunderstorm watch in place until 8:00 p.m. local time this evening. as we have gone through the day, high temperatures have started to climb. now that we have the heating of the day, that will increase the instability and of course, allow for more storms to spark. we have been watching a few isolated storms around ohio, but really, as we go through much of the evening hours, we could see that stretching back into parts of missouri all the way into the northeast and by the time we get into monday, right along ahead of that front, some of that will be pushing into our larger cities including new york city and d.c. it could be quite active for the start of the work week. behind the front, we are going to be in for a big temperature swing, especially here across the great lakes back into the upper midwest, cooler, dryer arair moving in. >> will drop off tuesday as far as the rain is concerned more severe weather on the way. this will be a slow-moving front. as you can see, some of the same areas dealing with the threat today will
MSNBC
Jul 13, 2014 9:00am PDT
is about to expand gaming. pennsylvania opened up in 2006 and now has 12 casinos. massachusetts just opened up. you have this whole entire eastern seaboard now with 26 casinos opened in the last decade. these were all feeder markets for atlantic city, alex. and it's in deep trouble right now. everybody has disappeared and staying closer to home to gamble. >> right. and my director threw up a map that we have that shows red dots all the explosion really of casinos up and down the eastern seaboard. so the market has become oversaturated in a sense. trump plaza becomes the fourth casino to either close or threaten to close since january. combine that with the other closure, which would mean a quarter of the city's casino work force would be out of a job inless than nine months. talk about how that's going to affect the region as a whole. >> it's going to be devastating, alex. tourism for atlantic city is its main economy. but for the state, it's a huge chunk of the tourism dollars coming to new jersey. the union chief representing the casino workers said to me yesterday that you're
ABC
Jul 13, 2014 12:00pm EDT
pennsylvania fails charges for throwing rocks -- face charges for throwing rocks over an overpals. a woman and and her family was traveling from ohio to new york city. le state police say the suspects threw the rocks off the bridge one went into the windshield and hit a woman in the passenger seat. an 18-year-old and juvenile who live near the bridge facing a evaluated assault charges. they are looking for two more suspects. >> pink slips go out tomorrow to more than 1,000 employees at trump casino. they expect to close the doors by september 16th. le if it does, it will mark the 4th casino to fold this year alone. the atlantic club closed in january, the showboat will close next month and a revel may shut down if the buyer can't be found in bankruptcy court. >>> world cup finals takes place today. argentina and germany face each other. many local soccer fans are getting ready to watch the game. amy buckman joins us live from south philadelphia, where one local viewing party has gathered. hi, amy. >> reporter: salute, this is going to be a great time down here on south street between
ABC
Jul 13, 2014 11:30am EDT
>> i'm monica malpass on inside story a budget fight between pennsylvania's republican governor and the state house is putting philadelphia schools at risk. let's get the inside story. >>> good morning, i'm monica malpass, welcome to inside story, let's meet our insiders this week, they are ajay raju, and christine flowers. a big cigarette tax has not been passed, the schools say that's too little too late. the bucket was passed with no increase in taxes and reasonable revenue stream. there are things that they grappled over, although it's fighting within the republican party, the governor has what he wants, he will help the schools, but not help the -- he will help the schools, but not overdue it. >> you look at this, the leader, the expectative of the legislature, the controlling sides of it, and they bicker to the very end. it came across as some sort of retribution, this money goes to harrisburg for what they need for their recovery, in essence he punished harrisburg, because the leader did not give him what he wanted, what he wants is a legislative win so he can go back to the
NBC
Jul 13, 2014 8:00am PDT
, senator from pennsylvania. democratic governor from michigan, kim extrasel, editorial board member of the "wall street journal." first time, detroit free press, winner of the pulitzer prize. welcome. >> thank you. >> here is the big political question, rick santorum. if you're a candidate in 2016 and you go to the convention in cleveland, do you praise lebron for making a good political move here? >> i'm a pittsburgher, cleveland and pittsburgh tough rivalries, like sibling rival rice. just like a sibling, when your brother does well, you're proud. i'm excited for cleveland. a good blue-collar town. >> just the fact he said i'm going to go back there and talk about hard work and contribute to my community, those are all very positive things. a lot of good mojo. >> i worked here in washington for five years and went home to detroit where my work could matter more. lebron is doing the same thing. >> the prodigal son. >> unfair swipe at bud light, which is my favorite. jennifer granholm, let me ask you about these challenges the president is facing on immigration. here he is, he loses th
CNN
Jul 13, 2014 8:00am PDT
the coveted nbc affiliate in eerie, pennsylvania, which was a great news town. they wanted me he to look older. i had shoulder pads out here and my hair was poofed out. i show pictures for fun. that is not you. but there was -- for me the problem was they felt because i was so young even though they knew i was smart and i knew what i was talking about that i appeared to be too young. >> when you were at fox news was there more of a focus on your looks than there was at other places? >> yeah. one of my favorite quotes ever. i can't -- i just realized i can't say it. the joke was we should all buy stock in mac lip gloss because we go through it. we used to call the hair and makeup studio, we used to ka you will it the magic shop. we'd drag ourselves in at 2:00 in the morning and come out looking completely different. >> at cnn i go into makeup and they give me 1,000 milligrams of confidence. >> i get to sit next to you guys and get makeup and get air brushed. >>> coming up here on "reliable sources" we're going to be talking about one particular woman who we're all used to seeing on c
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 11:00am EDT
pennsylvania. very few and not as many in southern delaware etc.. they also show you live in% of warehouse workers when they lose their job they don't know what they are qualified for. i've been working in the warehouse. well it turns out the same skills that require the warehouse worker qualify you to be a truck driver. so you push a button and get every single solitary truck driver opening that is in the same region. truck drivers make on average $4,000 a year more than warehouse workers. $45,000. they then say with the skill set is, what the expense and experience is required, what the expense is to get the training that you need. they actually give the workers a physical map showing them where the company is, telephone number and a map as to how they can get the training they need for the job. they already had a career. they've now lost it and most people you know are in their 40s or 50s or lost a job. what is the first thing you hear from them? they talk to you like they do me. i don't know what to do. i've done this my whole life. i used to have a friend that was a great ba
CBS
Jul 13, 2014 10:30am EDT
in political contributions. and he gave them a sweetheart deal on taxes that's costing pennsylvania billions. corbett's mismanagement has caused a huge budget deficit. and his painful education cuts are forcing teacher layoffs and increasing class sizes. now corbett wants to give the oil and gas industry even more handouts. and what's he getting from them? corbett's keeping that secret. so pennsylvanians are challenging tom corbett to come clean. release the records of your meetings with donors... that you've been hiding. disclose all the contributions, letters and emails from oil and gas lobbyists who influence you. we've got a right to know who tom corbett's listening to. because it sure isn't us. >> schieffer: well turn to the palestinian ambassador to the united states. maen rashid areikat. he is the chief representative of the palestinians here. mr. ambassador, thank you so much. you heard what prime minister netanyahu said this morning. he said, as long as they keep firing rockets war going to retaliate and no country could expect us to do less. >> no country would expect anyb
ABC
Jul 13, 2014 10:30am EDT
pennsylvania's republican governor and the state house is putting philadelphia schools at risk. let's get the inside story. >>> good morning, i'm monica malpass, welcome to inside story, let's meet our insiders this week, they are ajay raju, and christine flowers.
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 10:01am EDT
society in pennsylvania, there are letters from biddle and humphries and all of those various aides of meade. and the letters they wrote home to their wives and they were basically saying that grant doesn't know anymore about commanding an army than does an old cat. meade writes letter home to his wife and says i've been humiliated because grant was actually getting all the credit. there was also information about sheridan, who was basically put over meade and meade by early in the campaign is writing home to his wife saying i would retire, i would resign except duty requires me to continue on. this was a totally dysfunctional family. >> let's go back to northern virginia. r.z. has said he would typically reserve for a court commander. the third corps, they're filing back, the right flank of the army is disintegrated. lee with the texas troops at the forefront. lee exposes himself to enemy fire at least three times. >> at least. >> so your point about the army command structure changing i think is spot on and it ultimately took a toll on lee's health. after spotsylvania. very sick. >>
ABC
Jul 13, 2014 7:00am PDT
and pennsylvania. strong winds potentially a problem. can't rule out hail. and the slight chance of a tornado. the big story, what a lot of people are talking about, this fall-like chill. 60 degrees in duluth. 58 in marquette, michigan, tomorrow. that's not a good beach day. that's jacket weather kind of day. and the opposite going on out west. heat advisories are posted. fire, weather warnings. could see fire with the lightning. temperatures into the 90s and triple digits. boise at 102 today. >> and that severe threat moves to the east. we'll talk about that in a few minutes. guys? >> man, that cold weather is incredible today. bill, thank you. >>> coming up here on "gma," the dramatic 911 call played in court as the trial of an accountant accused of murdering his boss wraps up. what his shocked secretary told police when she found the body. >>> caught on camera. how an american family, a dad and his kids, survived a big scare in the alps while hiking through the quote corridor of death. it's a "gma" exclusive. >>> and whistler's daughter. the little girl trying to whistle just like
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 9:30am EDT
university of pennsylvania. so they could never get his computer really fully working, never get it developed and ends up being abandoned. so yet another example of the importance of teamwork, and that's where the eniac is so successful spare walter isaacson, when this book comes out in the fall and you are asked who invented the computer? >> you would have to say the people who created eniac were probably the first to do a programmable electronic computer. they did it working in teams but john markley one of the leaders of the team even goes to iowa and takes ideas from the. he goes up to harvard and seize the computing machines that a guy named howard aiken made it there. so what he does is he collects ideas like a bumblebee collects pollen and fertilizes it integrates places and then brings it all together. that as i was saying earlier is how innovation really works. it's not some guy sitting in a garage all alone for a dared or a lightbulb goes off in his head. you can ideas from many places, you pulled together a team and they said we're going to execute on it now. so if i were
CBS
Jul 13, 2014 9:00am EDT
political contributions. and he gave them a sweetheart deal on taxes that's costing pennsylvania billions. corbett's mismanagement has caused a huge budget deficit. and his painful education cuts are forcing teacher layoffs and increasing class sizes. now corbett wants to give the oil and gas industry even more handouts. and what's he getting from them? corbett's keeping that secret. so pennsylvanians are challenging tom corbett to come clean. release the records of your meetings with donors... that you've been hiding. disclose all the contributions, letters and emails from oil and gas lobbyists who influence you. we've got a right to know who tom corbett's listening to. because it sure isn't us. >> cowan: we're told katharine hepburn swam here. summertime is more convenient time to take a dip unless you run across one of the creatures that martha teichner is about to show us. >> that something, out there in the water. just waiting to get you. no, not a shark. a whole lot more likely, a jellyfish. an estimated 150 million people are stung by jellyfish every year around the world, accordin
FOX
Jul 13, 2014 9:00am EDT
on taxes that's costing pennsylvania billions. corbett's mismanagement has caused a huge budget deficit. and his painful education cuts are forcing teacher layoffs and increasing class sizes. now corbett wants to give the oil and gas industry even more handouts. and what's he getting from them? corbett's keeping that secret. so pennsylvanians are challenging tom corbett to come clean. release the records of your meetings with donors... that you've been hiding. disclose all the contributions, letters and emails from oil and gas lobbyists who influence you. we've got a right to know who tom corbett's listening to. because it sure isn't us. ♪ ♪ >> tell us, when will these things be and what will be the sign of your coming and of the end of the age? ♪ >> what an important subject we have today. world war iii.
CBS
Jul 13, 2014 6:00am PDT
, pennsylvania. >> first year we played was the field -- weaseled sand lot but we did have some bees nests you had to watch right fielder now and then. >> he was there at the start playing short stop. are you proud of being that first group? >> oh, yeah, we were all friends. we're still all friends. we were lucky being in the right place at the right time. >> i think we should remember ails that little league belongs to the boy. the local lumber yard clerk created little league with a few bucks. the headquarters was in the trunk of his car. >> first time i saw car came in to our sundae school class. how would you guys like to play baseball? with uniforms. have people watch. have teams. jumbo pretzel. ♪ >> carl's idea was a hit. home run. exploding with the baby boom. >> and another little league world sore rees. >> and the world trade center on network television. >> to center field, has he done it again? >> little league isn't all that little any more. >> today we have probably about two and a half million kids playing on close to 200,000 teams in 85 countries. >> those were two o
NBC
Jul 13, 2014 6:00am PDT
, back into pennsylvania, we could see damaging wind gusts and hail and isolated tornadoes. then, it spreads east and expands a lot as we go into monday. from new york city, norfolk virginia, and arkansas, we will focus on that tomorrow along with this colder air that's going to move in. we will call it more of a polar intrusion. it is the same setup. not cold enough to be an official polar vortex. it originates not from siberia but from the northeastern pacific. it is going to be fairly cold. look at some of our temperatures here. specially near fargo. 68 degrees on monday. duluth, 68 degrees. 69 on monday in chicago. so it certainly is going to cool down and we will talk more about that in just a couple of minutes, guys. >>> dylan, turn that into the powerful words of the sole survivor of the horrific manslaughter last week. the 15-year-old spoke out for the first time at a memorial service for her family. we have more. >> reporter: 15-year-old cassidy's faith showed remarkable strength during a memorial as others wiped away tears. >> i am really thankful for all the people that ha
ABC
Jul 13, 2014 9:00am EDT
. >> two people in central pennsylvania face charges for throwing rocks from a highway overpass. one rock left a women in critical condition. the victim and her family were traveling from ohio to new york city. the suspects threw the rocks off the bridge and one went into the windshield below and hit the passenger in the front seat. >> something falls off, that's one thing. but someone throwing it at you, that's just crazy. >> reporter: an 18-year-old and juvenile facing a evaluated assault charges. police say they are looking for two more suspects. >> comedian tracy morgan is out of a rehabilitation facility and now will continue to recover from a serious injury he suffered in a crash at home. a spokesman for the star said he was released yesterday. he will continue recovery at home with an aggressive outpatient program. his limousine was hit by a walmart truck last month. 62-year-old comedian james mcnair was killed. >>> trump casino will close the doors by december 16. the atlantic club closed in january. the showboat is closing next month. the revel casino may be shut down if a b
ABC
Jul 13, 2014 8:00am EDT
new york and pennsylvania. strong winds potentially a problem. can't rule out hail. and the slight chance of a tornado. the big story, what a lot of people are talking about, this fall-like chill. 60 degrees in duluth. 58 in marquette, michigan, tomorrow. that's not a good beach day. that's jacket weather kind of day. and the opposite going on out west. heat advisories are posted. fire, weather warnings. temperatures into the 90s and triple digits. boise at 102 today. >> reporter: hey everybody are david murphy here with an update from accuweather, we have showers popping through new castle county and chester county. they are falling apart, not a big deal. as we head outside, most of are dry. a little bit of cloud cover and some seeing sun. we'll have a mixture of sun and clouds, humid today afternoon thunderstorms possible here and there, north and west. more storms tomorrow. >> and that severe threat moves to the east. we'll talk about that in a few minutes. guys? >> man, that cold weather is incredible today. bill, thank you. >>> coming up here on "gma," the dramatic 911 call pl
MSNBC
Jul 13, 2014 5:00am PDT
the state. why is the governor in pennsylvania in trouble? because of education cuts? why is the louisiana governor, north carolina governor in trouble? it's because of education cuts. education is a big issue, a motivating issue and part of why the policies you have in the middle class and what people are looking for. at the same time, the only thing republicans care about is tax cuts for the wealthy, protecting the wealthy -- >> james -- let christina jump in. she's trying to get in. >> you have all this, where it's exactly that issue, how do you get people to show up at the polls. that steve israel poll you talked about, 67 battleground districts for the house. we know the republicans are going to keep the house. they found they're dead tied with republicans on basically everything, do you prefer democrat, do you prefer republican? when you ask a question about economics, it's a massive lead. they're trying to apply it to the policies that already exist. they're trying to say the affordable care act saves you money here or looking at the hobby lobby decision that you talked ab
CBS
Jul 13, 2014 8:00am EDT
had pennsylvania tags and last seen traveling down 23rd street. the the passengers were transported to another bus, after that driver is expect to be okay. happening right the now over 3,000 cyclist are up and at it, really early this morning and all for a good cause. forty-second annual american cancer society bike-a-thon is now underway, "eyewitness news" reporter syma chowdhry is live at the ben franklin bridge where the ride started at 6:30, syma. >> reporter: that is right, nicole the ride started at 6:30. cyclist were gathering 4:45, 5:30, there was an opening ceremonies this took place. we have video of what it looked like when the ride kick off, itself. as you mentioned, nicole, more than 3,000 cyclist on their way right now, taking a 65-mile long journey, to south jersey. they are just traveling in hopes of money to raise money to battle cancer. this is for the american cancer society, forty-second annual event. i spoke with one of the folks participating. he said he has been cycling and being part of this event for the past ten years. >> i mean it is a wonderful thing to r
NBC
Jul 13, 2014 8:00am EDT
little further east than they were yesterday. southern illinois and back into pennsylvania. we could see damaging wind gusts and hail and isolated tornados. then it expands a lot into monday. from new york city right back into arkansas. that's what we'll focus on tomorrow along with the colder air that's going to move in. it's the same setup but not cold enough to be a polar vortex. but it is going to be fairly cold chltd look at some of our temperatures here. duluth about 68 degrees. temperatures only around 69 on monday in chicago. so it certainly is going to cool down. we'll talk more about that. >>> turn now to the powerful words of a sole survivor of that massacre in texas last week. the 15-year-old that helped track down the man charged with the killings spoke out for the first time at a memorial service for her family. >> reporter: 15-year-old cassidy stay showed remarkable strength. >> i'm really thankful for all of the people that have been praying if he more and keeping me and my family in their thoughts. >> reporter: cassidy is the only one to survive the attack at her spr
FOX Business
Jul 13, 2014 8:00am EDT
lines around the store, and they said that we can make a lot of money here in allentown, pennsylvania, then we need to hire the workers, and guess what, they have to make the carrot bigger, an offer more money. that is how the market works. you can't create something from nothing. >> mark is jumping out of his seat. go ahead. >> well, reasonable people can disagree on whether to raise the minimum wage or not, but something that we can all agree is that congress should put it to the vote yes or no whether we want to raise it. if the republicans have an economic argh yiument against a philosophical opposition to the minimum wage, why not have the courage to vote that way. instead, john boehner is too afraid politically, because he knows that most of america is going to support the raise of the minimum wage. >> this shouldn't be a federal issue, and that is where we are coming from, and this is not their problem as gary b. eloquently said, it is a market-driven issue, and that is where it should be. >> and back to the economy, and john, i want you to jump in, please. >> this needs to be
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 7:20am EDT
pennsylvania to consumers in new city which would be a huge and i would assume willing market? but what are the obstacles to getting pipelines in place? why is there no construction, no activity for an opportunity like that? >> well, there has been a pipeline built and it was just built within the last 18 months, was finished i spector energy. memory serves, i think 20-mile pipeline at a cost $1 billion. yoko on an open to the people bought it to the and nail because they didn't want racket desperately want the natural gas piped to nuke city from wells that have been hydraulic fracture. assumes the pipeline was completed, i heard from someone that the price of natural gas that day fell by several dollars. so new york is problematic when it comes to any kind of new infrastructure. but you add in the fact that the public has been conditioned over decades to hate the oil and gas industry, and second, it's a maze of regulatory entities that governor pipelines in and around new york and new jersey. and all the infrastructure that then has to be avoided to build a pipeline, it's complicated.
ABC
Jul 13, 2014 7:00am EDT
that's costing pennsylvania billions. corbett's mismanagement has caused a huge budget deficit. and his painful education cuts are forcing teacher layoffs and increasing class sizes. now corbett wants to give the oil and gas industry even more handouts. and what's he getting from them? corbett's keeping that secret. so pennsylvanians are challenging tom corbett to come clean. release the records of your meetings with donors... that you've been hiding. disclose all the contributions, letters and emails from oil and gas lobbyists who influence you. we've got a right to know who tom corbett's listening to. because it sure isn't us. meteorologist david murphy joining us with the accuweather forecast. all right, ladies we have a lot of clouds over philadelphia. there are other parts of the region getting a bit more sun. the showers showing up on storm tracker 6 live double scan this morning, obviously they are not everywhere, basically a small cluster pushing through new castle county, delaware and parts of chester and delaware county and montgomery county seeing just a couple of drizzle
CBS
Jul 13, 2014 7:00am EDT
tv-commercial that's costing pennsylvania billions. corbett's mismanagement has caused a huge budget deficit. and his painful education cuts are forcing teacher layoffs and increasing class sizes. now corbett wants to give the oil and gas industry even more handouts. and what's he getting from them? corbett's keeping that secret. so pennsylvanians are challenging tom corbett to come clean. release the records of your meetings with donors... that you've been hiding. disclose all the contributions, letters and emails from oil and gas lobbyists who influence you. we've got a right to know who tom corbett's listening to. because it sure isn't us.
CBS
Jul 13, 2014 7:00am EDT
then jumped off and fled in the white mercedes benz. car had pennsylvania tags and last seen traveling down 23rd street. the passengers were transported to another bus, that driver sustained minor injuries. >>> well, over 3,000 cyclist are pedaling to fight cans they are morning. the forty-second annual american cancer society's bike-a-thon is now underway. "eyewitness news" reporter syma chowdhry is live at ben franklin bridge where they took off, a half an hour ago, right syma. >> reporter: that is right, nicole a half an hour ago, it was much different. very, very quiet. i have never been able to stand here at the base of the ben franklin bridge but i can now because the air is is still closed. it will be opening up to drivers 7:15. we have video of what it looked like a half an hour ago when the bike-a-thon started. this is more than 3,000 people participating in this event, and, of course, the survivors, a group of survivors, started the race first and then after that it was other cyclist who know someone or related to someone or just has a soft heart, soft spot in their
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 7:00am EDT
popping up in maryland and pennsylvania and other areas of new york and connecticut. the impact it has on governor chris christie. kingsport, tennessee. good morning. caller: good morning. about sick of this stuff going on in washington dc. i'm thinking that they need to sue both parties. the simple fact is neither one of them are doing their job. the american people need to throw them out and start all over. host: thanks for a much for the call. dianne from red bank, new jersey. caller: good morning. i agree with the previous caller. i think the people in washington actually believe that the american people are not paying attention and we are stupid. that is the worst thing they could possibly think. we vote them into office. i'm a nurse. if you hire me and i screw up, you are going to fire me. nobody is accountable. nobody is responsible. the president talks about it for a second and then it goes away. phony scandals. hillary lying about benghazi. anybody in washington -- do they think we are not paying attention? -- thisng on the border thing on the border, you've got to be kidding
FOX News
Jul 13, 2014 3:00am PDT
, the moment a hailstorm pummels beach goers. they had that one in reading, pennsylvania. all the cars dented with hail and now they kent sell them. "fox and friends" hour two starts right now. welcome to "fox and friends" this sunday morning at 7:01 on the east coast. much earlier on the west coast. we are glad to see you. >> good morning. thank you for waking up with us. national french friday. >> that's right. >> we celebrate this every year. >> every year. >> a big blowout with french fries. >> that's one of the most fun battles with grease that we'll have coming up, but first we are hearing about the battle in texas in marietta, texas, where folks are funneling in. this is hitting other states right now as the wall street journal report that is governors as far away as nebraska and other states across the country are reporting 200 illegal children were sent to their state this week without any federal warning at all. even over in delaware. >> delaware was asked if they had big facilities in the state to house some of the people crossing the border. >>> and maybe taking a page
CBS
Jul 13, 2014 6:00am EDT
driver and jumped off and fled in the white mercedes benz. now that car had pennsylvania tags and was last seen traveling down 23rd street. the passengers were transported to another bus, that driver sustained minor injuries. >>> well, happening right now over 3,000 cyclist are getting ready for the forty-second annual american cancer society bike-a-thon. the the 65-mile journey starts right here in philadelphia and ends in new jersey. "eyewitness news" reporter syma chowdhry is live at ben franklin bridge for the start of the race. exciting morning. good morning, syma. >> reporter: yes, very exciting. in fact, this bike-a-thon should start in 30 minutes. as you can see behind me a lot of people starting to gather they are wearing their team colors, lots of folks excited doing it for several reasons. with me right now is amanda, she is the the events manager. it has been a busy morning for to you say the the least. >> yes, it has but you know what, everything has gone great so i cannot complain. >> reporter: i have been talking to the riders here. they say they have so many storie
ABC
Jul 13, 2014 6:00am EDT
will be coming in through pennsylvania, but the atmosphere is humid and unstable enough where you could see something popping up before that. 72 in philadelphia. 70 in trenton. 72 in wilmington, 73 in allentown and 69 in sea isle city. as we go through the day, it will be warm, 74 degrees by 9:00 a.m., 84 by noon, 89 by 3, we'll hit a high of 90 at 4:00 p.m. before dipping down to 86. there's a better chance of a shower north and west of philadelphia. everybody had a to keep a look out for something here or there. >> a man was shot while sitting on steps in wilmington. it happened after midnight on the 1,000 block of west 2nd street. the man suffered gunshots to the shoulder and leg. he was rushed for treatment at christiana hospital. the search is on for the shooter. >>> philadelphia police are looking for suspects after a man was stabbed inside a chinese takeout at broad and rockland street in logan. the man was stabbed in the chest and ear. he was taken to einstein medical center, no word on his condition. >> malala is in new jersey on a new mission she survived being shot in t
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 12:01am EDT
french trading post, and it was not at these sort of british trading areas in pennsylvania, but it was intended it could access both. so it became a very independent place. a place that tried to set itself apart from empire, that tried to play them off each other, which it had done for quite a while. by the mid-18th century, that was getting harder and harder. these alliances became more and more firm. the french were less and less interested in being an alternative to the british. they really wanted these alliances to be exclusive. remember we talked about the native american cultural expectation that trade and alliance were taken to be one thing? this is something the french kept repeating back to them. if you are going to trade with the british, you are their allies and our enemies. the indians would counter with, you are trading with our enemies, so we will do the same with you. there was a bit of jockeying for power in all of this. but mainly it was about commercial interests. these native peoples wanted a place where they could access french goods and british goods. the frenc
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 12:00am EDT
part of that children's multicultural children's festival in pennsylvania. and it's ongoing. it's not just the time that you participate, but the word grows, and, you know, the andx+y the movement grows for families and teachers and educators. >> okay. i think we're going to now open it up for questions from the audience. i'm going to invite erica ayala from the children defense fund's freedom school program, and she's going to give us a little information about the freedom school. you have about a hundred and, what, freedom schools around the country? >> we're up to 200 sites around the country. >> whoa. and it's curriculum-based. >> yes. thank you. my name is erica ayala, and children's defense fund has been running the freedom school's -- next summer it will be 20 years of the cdf freedom schools which comes from the history of the mississippi freedom summer and the freedom schools of 50 years ago. but we have five main components to the freedom schools. that is parent and family involvement, civic engagement and social action, intergenerational leadership development, nutrition, h
ABC
Jul 12, 2014 11:30pm EDT
terptys in the country. today the group hosted a health and career fair at the pennsylvania convention center f you're in town, you will likely see a lot of purple and gold frat terpty colors and wrapped up july 16. glean thumbs were out in force frs strawberry mansion high school today and folks come out to help xhapd the community guard ep. they added 30 raised beds today part of a local effort to beaut few the area. >> an 11-year-old girl from philadelphia is all smiles tonight after a birth day party foyt for a princess. today's party was more than a celebration it was about helping youngster through her battle against a seriousen is condition. "action news" reporter kansas has that story. >> her smile is so big it's hard to tell that she can only take shallow breaths and weight for a double young transplant the little girl with big name goes by cocoa and she feels. >> special, like they were coming to help me. >> they are the people that packed a fund razor at curtis bowling leaves in ewing saturday. he donated for raffles and cake. >> you were in the hospital during your real bir
CBS
Jul 12, 2014 11:00pm EDT
gave them a sweetheart deal on taxes that's costing pennsylvania billions. corbett's mismanagement has caused a huge budget deficit. and his painful education cuts are forcing teacher layoffs and increasing class sizes. now corbett wants to give the oil and gas industry even more handouts. and what's he getting from them? corbett's keeping that secret. so pennsylvanians are challenging tom corbett to come clean. release the records of your meetings with donors... that you've been hiding. disclose all the contributions, letters and emails from oil and gas lobbyists who influence you. we've got a right to know who tom corbett's listening to. because it sure isn't us. >> phillies enter tonight's game against the nats as hot as they have been all season after winning their fifth in a row friday over washington but they trailed the braves by eight and a half games with 69 to play. top of the sixth, after cole hamels walked anthony rendon jayson werth gets revenge right there takes an off speed pitch out. hamels two lead off walks. washington led three-nothing the point. phillies looking
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